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Security Management Advanced

Overview

Security Management Advanced Course

This advanced security management course is relevant to those with experience in, or seeking to enter the Armed Forces, police units or Special Forces, as well as security services such as close personal protection or MI5.

Our security management advanced training course expands on the information in our Level 3 Security Management Course, covering more advanced aspects of security management including personnel security, crisis management, protection of sensitive information, corruption and compliance, and future trends in security. It also discusses manpower management, leadership skills and the roles and responsibilities of a security supervisor.

This course will help prepare you for roles in security management, from a door handler or bodyguard, to a security or intelligence officer. You could move into a directory role or that of a chief security officer, or even start your own security management business.

 

Modules

This course consists of the following 10 units:

Unit 1: Roles & Responsibilities of a Security Supervisor

This module aims to provide:
•    a general understanding of the scope and definitions of security and security management
•    understanding of the responsibilities of a Security Supervisor role
•    understanding and knowledge of the constituent parts of an organisation’s Security System
•    the necessary understanding to identify and address risks
•    knowledge of how to determine any individual protection needs

Unit 2: The Key Principles of Security

By the time you have completed this module you will be able to understand and explain the key principles of security including:
•    How to identify and categorise potential security threats
•    Threat, vulnerability, risk and impact
•    The purpose of controls
•    Key aspects of risk management & physical premises security
•    The principles of security audits and surveys
•    How to procure security contractors & equipment
•    Key security procedures & documentation
•    Key aspects of personal safety and security issues
•    Key issues and facts on terrorism

Unit 3: Principles & Practices

By the end of this lesson you will be able to understand and explain the principles and practices relating to:
•    Personnel security
•    Physical security
•    Information security
•    Crisis management
•    Contingency planning
•    Investigations
•    Conducting an overview of security as a whole

Unit 4: Security Surveying

By the time you have completed this module, you will be able to understand and be able to explain the key principles of Security Surveys including:
•    The Purpose of a Security Survey
•    Sequencing a Survey & Survey Methodology
•    Determining Survey Scope
•    Planning and Research
•    Surveying Field Work

Unit 5: Security Design

By the time you have completed this module, you will be able to understand and explain the key principles of security design including:
•    Security Design & the Environment
•    Perimeter Security Design Principles
•    Buildings Security Design Principles
•    Crime & Loss Prevention
•    Presentation and Report Writing
•    Product Tampering & Extortion
•    Dealing with Protest Activity

Unit 6: Security Operations Management 

By the time you have completed this module, you will be able to understand and explain the key principles of security Operations Management including:
•    Access Management
•    Protection of At-Risk Personnel
•    Crisis Management
•    Selecting a Guarding Contractor
•    Outline Criteria for Pre-bid Meeting to Ensure Comprehensiveness & Appropriateness of Implementation
•    Managing the Contractor Bid Process
•    Overseeing the Installation of Physical Security Technology
•    Crime and managing Internal Crime

Unit 7: Security Project Management

By the time you have completed this module you will be able to understand and explain the key principles of Security Project Management:
•    Including
•    Perimeter Security
•    Premises Security
•    CCTV
•    Specialist Security Areas
•    Special Storage Areas
•    Security of High-Rise Buildings
•    Business Continuity Management
•    Protection of Sensitive Information

Unit 8: Security Risk Management

By the time you have completed this module, you will be able to understand and explain the key principles of Security Risk Management including:
•    Security Risk Analysis
•    Vulnerability Analysis
•    Fraud Risk Management
•    Protecting at Risk Personnel
•    Managing Investigations and Interviewing
•    Business Expansion - Security Consideration

Unit 9: Manpower Management

By the time you have completed this module, you will be able to understand and explain the Key Principles of Manpower Management including:
•    Leadership Skills
•    Time Management
•    Manpower Selection
•    Leadership & Motivation
•    Background Screening and Integrity Testing
•    Teamwork
•    Motivation
•    Delegation
•    Communication
•    Performance Reviews
•    Employment Law.
•    Managing Guarding Operations

Unit 10: Regulation and human rights

By the time you have completed the module you will be able to understand and explain the key principles of regulation and human rights in the context of the security industry including:
•    Ethics
•    Appropriate Regulatory Authorities
•    Corruption & Compliance
•    Change Management
•    Future Trends in Security

 

Requirements

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.

Security Management Advanced Course

This advanced security management course is relevant to those with experience in, or seeking to enter the Armed Forces, police units or Special Forces, as well as security services such as close personal protection or MI5.

Our security management advanced training course expands on the information in our Level 3 Security Management Course, covering more advanced aspects of security management including personnel security, crisis management, protection of sensitive information, corruption and compliance, and future trends in security. It also discusses manpower management, leadership skills and the roles and responsibilities of a security supervisor.

This course will help prepare you for roles in security management, from a door handler or bodyguard, to a security or intelligence officer. You could move into a directory role or that of a chief security officer, or even start your own security management business.

 

Modules

This course consists of the following 10 units:

Unit 1: Roles & Responsibilities of a Security Supervisor

This module aims to provide:
•    a general understanding of the scope and definitions of security and security management
•    understanding of the responsibilities of a Security Supervisor role
•    understanding and knowledge of the constituent parts of an organisation’s Security System
•    the necessary understanding to identify and address risks
•    knowledge of how to determine any individual protection needs

Unit 2: The Key Principles of Security

By the time you have completed this module you will be able to understand and explain the key principles of security including:
•    How to identify and categorise potential security threats
•    Threat, vulnerability, risk and impact
•    The purpose of controls
•    Key aspects of risk management & physical premises security
•    The principles of security audits and surveys
•    How to procure security contractors & equipment
•    Key security procedures & documentation
•    Key aspects of personal safety and security issues
•    Key issues and facts on terrorism

Unit 3: Principles & Practices

By the end of this lesson you will be able to understand and explain the principles and practices relating to:
•    Personnel security
•    Physical security
•    Information security
•    Crisis management
•    Contingency planning
•    Investigations
•    Conducting an overview of security as a whole

Unit 4: Security Surveying

By the time you have completed this module, you will be able to understand and be able to explain the key principles of Security Surveys including:
•    The Purpose of a Security Survey
•    Sequencing a Survey & Survey Methodology
•    Determining Survey Scope
•    Planning and Research
•    Surveying Field Work

Unit 5: Security Design

By the time you have completed this module, you will be able to understand and explain the key principles of security design including:
•    Security Design & the Environment
•    Perimeter Security Design Principles
•    Buildings Security Design Principles
•    Crime & Loss Prevention
•    Presentation and Report Writing
•    Product Tampering & Extortion
•    Dealing with Protest Activity

Unit 6: Security Operations Management 

By the time you have completed this module, you will be able to understand and explain the key principles of security Operations Management including:
•    Access Management
•    Protection of At-Risk Personnel
•    Crisis Management
•    Selecting a Guarding Contractor
•    Outline Criteria for Pre-bid Meeting to Ensure Comprehensiveness & Appropriateness of Implementation
•    Managing the Contractor Bid Process
•    Overseeing the Installation of Physical Security Technology
•    Crime and managing Internal Crime

Unit 7: Security Project Management

By the time you have completed this module you will be able to understand and explain the key principles of Security Project Management:
•    Including
•    Perimeter Security
•    Premises Security
•    CCTV
•    Specialist Security Areas
•    Special Storage Areas
•    Security of High-Rise Buildings
•    Business Continuity Management
•    Protection of Sensitive Information

Unit 8: Security Risk Management

By the time you have completed this module, you will be able to understand and explain the key principles of Security Risk Management including:
•    Security Risk Analysis
•    Vulnerability Analysis
•    Fraud Risk Management
•    Protecting at Risk Personnel
•    Managing Investigations and Interviewing
•    Business Expansion - Security Consideration

Unit 9: Manpower Management

By the time you have completed this module, you will be able to understand and explain the Key Principles of Manpower Management including:
•    Leadership Skills
•    Time Management
•    Manpower Selection
•    Leadership & Motivation
•    Background Screening and Integrity Testing
•    Teamwork
•    Motivation
•    Delegation
•    Communication
•    Performance Reviews
•    Employment Law.
•    Managing Guarding Operations

Unit 10: Regulation and human rights

By the time you have completed the module you will be able to understand and explain the key principles of regulation and human rights in the context of the security industry including:
•    Ethics
•    Appropriate Regulatory Authorities
•    Corruption & Compliance
•    Change Management
•    Future Trends in Security

 

Requirements

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.

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